* High school division boys -- Matt Mathias scored 23 points to lead the Rockets past the Celtics, 50-36, in the Sandymount League. Mathias has scored 46 points in his past two games.
The Rockets (8-0) extended their first-place lead to four games and are the only team with a winning record. Jim Stull had 12 points for the Celtics (3-5), who have lost five of their past six.
Ben Berchock's 23 points led the Spurs past the Bulls, 66-51. The Bulls (4-4) dropped into a three-way tie for second place with the Lakers and Spurs.
Mike Wissinger scored 18 points and Ryan Webster added 12 for the Spurs (4-4), who ended a two-game losing streak and avoided going two games below .500 for the first time. David Sinclair scored 16 points and Jason Blankenship had 15 for the Bulls.
The Lakers ran past the Bullets, 61-50, behind 17 points from Steve Lewis. Matt Gill produced 16 points for the Lakers (4-4), who have won two straight.
The Bullets (1-7), who won their first game last week, were led by Ryan Trent (20 points) and Shawn Colleran (12).
* Senior division boys -- Green overcame its biggest scare of the season, turning back Maroon, 38-37, behind Matt Wood's 14 points. Green (7-0), which received 10 points from Jason Davidson, maintained its three-game lead in the Sandymount League.
Maroon (3-4) was led by Brad Baker's 12 points.
J.W. Sayre scored 32 points as Gold pounded Red, 48-33. Sayre has averaged 26 points over his past four games for Gold (4-3). Greg Halstead had 16 points for Red (2-5), which extended its skid to three games.
Behind 18 points by Bobby Fisher, Black cruised over Blue, 50-35. Matt Walsh added 12 for Black (4-3).
Mike McCurry scored 12 points and Jesse Peltzer had eight for last-place Blue (1-6).
* Junior division coed -- With two players in double figures, Black eased past Blue, 30-19, in a Sandymount League game.
Anne Rose Parker, who had averaged 11 points in her previous three games, scored 12 points. Ryan Cheney added 10 points.
Black (7-0) maintained its two-game lead over Gold. Zach Rogers scored eight points for Blue.
Gold (5-2) kept pace with a 19-16 victory over Red. Tyler Ransley scored 10 and Danny Olson added six for Gold.
Red (1-6) led throughout, but was outscored 9-4 in the final quarter. Bryan Saul totaled six points for Red.
Tyler Quinell's 13 points pushed Green to a 31-16 win over Maroon. Green (4-3), which moved into third place, also got eight points from Ross Davis.
Cory Gilbert, Jonathan Pandolfini and Dusty Whaley each had four points for Maroon (3-4).
* Men's league -- Eldersburg Pools and Random House continue their battle for first place in the Monday B Division.
Brad Gist's 18 points lifted Eldersburg to a 79-44 rout of Gallagher Pools. Eldersburg (8-0), also received 17 points from Terry Barnes and Roy Adelsburger.
Gallagher Pools (2-6), which has lost five of its past six games, was led by Barry Street's 11 points.
Eldersburg leads the league by one game over Random House, which topped Marada, 82-63. Randy Walking contributed 13 points for Random House (7-1), which has won four straight since its overtime loss to Eldersburg.
Doug Zepp supplied 20 points for Marada (0-8).
Brian Troxel and Bryan Knight combined for 52 points as Red Dogs (4-5) pulled away to a 79-66 victory over Ski's.
Ski's (3-5), which has lost three of four, received 24 points from Tim Nee.
Scott Thompson's 29 points helped Champs to a 83-58 win over Vee's Tees. Champs (6-2), which has won five out of its past six games, remains in a first- place tie with Hoosiers, winners of four consecutive games.
With a total of 44 points from Jeff Eaves and Dave McCormick, Hoosiers (6-2) defeated Four Seasons, 83-61. Four Seasons (4-4) had won two straight.
Chris Hull scored 24 points in leading Sturgill & Associates to a 84-53 victory over Enguegos. Sturgill & Associates (5-3) also got 20 points from Zack Flynn.
A combined 50 points from Steve Taylor and Louie Waller propelled Now & Then Antiques to a 83-74 win over Action Refrigeration in a Wednesday A Division game. Now & Then (6-2) leads the league by a game over Action (5-3) and Wilson's Sports (5-3).
Kevin Apple's 28 points pushed Wilson's Sports past Loafers, 86-65.
* Over-30 men -- In a battle for first place in the Thursday league, Lehigh topped Normandy Center, 78-72. Tom Magruder scored 22 for Lehigh (8-0), which took a one-game lead over Normandy (7-1).
* 3-4-grade boys -- Kyle Reese's 12 points moved American Legion Post 200 to a 22-18 victory over Bosley Drywall. Post 200 (4-1) has a half-game lead over Dr. Deigert's Drill Team and Bob's Variety in the North Carroll League.
* 3-6-grade girls -- Ruhlman Construction remains unbeaten, topping Manchester Pharmacy, 19-12. Jessica Piper scored nine points for Ruhlman (6-0), which leads Domino's Pizza by three games in the North Carroll League.
* 5-6-grade boys -- Josh Miller's 12 points pulled Miller & Liberto CPA to a 24-10 victory over Ivan L. Martin. Miller & Liberto (6-0) holds a two-game edge over Bosley Drywall.
* Manchester and the Warriors each claimed five individual titles at the Carroll County Junior League Championships at Francis Scott Key High School.
The Francis Scott Key Junior Eagles and the Westminster Mat Rats each had four individual champions.
Winning their titles by pins were: R.C. Carr (45 pounds), Francis Scott Key; Jesse Stank (95), the Warriors; Darrin Hooper (100), Francis Scott Key; Tim Sharkey (122), Westminster and and the Warriors' Andy Seal (130).
The other champions included: Dan Conaway (40), Francis Scott Key; Patrick Maloff (55) Manchester; Lee Crowl (60), Francis Scott Key; Tyler Graham (65), Manchester; Kyle Smith (70), Manchester; Mark Richard (75), the Warriors; Fran Jackson (80), Manchester; Chris Reiter (85) and Jim Reiter (90), Westminster; Jared Zillmer (107), the Warriors; Dave Spicer (115), Westminster; Josh Elder (140), the Warriors; and Joe Hughes (150), Manchester.
Chris Reiter of Westminster won the closest championship match, a 5-4 decision over Kevin Clark of the Warriors. Chris' brother, Jim, took a 7-5 decision over Manchester's J. J. Holmes.
Graham won a 2-0 decision over Kellen Weber of the Warriors, Spicer claimed a 2-1 decision over the Warriors' Zach Cox and Manchester's Joe Hughes won by a 7-4 decision over Ryan Taylor of the Warriors.
At the age group tournament of the Maryland Junior League, Manchester pocketed six individual titles. Five others earned medals for Manchester, which fielded 15 wrestlers, for placing in the top four of their age-group weight classes.
Andrew Myers (65) won in the 8-and-under division and Tommy Bowman (85) took the title in the 9-10 group. In the 11-12 division, Jesse Aguilar (65) and Jason Fitzgerald (95) placed first.
Jimmy Zentz (100) and Aaron Hubbell (115) finished first in the 13-15 age division.
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